Who can advertise as a specialist? Levin on productivity; Knowles on leadership

Dear DrBicuspid Member,

The American Academy of Implant Dentistry has filed a federal lawsuit against the Texas dental board over a rule that limits dentists from advertising themselves as "specialists." The group, which has won similar suits against other states, says the rule violates free speech rights. Read Features Editor Donna Domino's article here.

Collecting information on your practice operations can quickly become overwhelming. But key production indicators can solve the information overload problem and provide a vital snapshot of practice operations that the dentist can quickly review, Dr. Roger Levin writes here.

Dr. Lisa Knowles looks at how practitioners' leadership evolves over time, and why there's a line between being friends with your staff but not best friends. Read her column here.

Leaders of the International Academy of Oral Medicine and Toxicology respond to a recent DrBicuspid.com article about a lawsuit that the organization has filed against the U.S. Food and Drug Administration. The academy explains its position in this Second Opinion piece.

Whether the discussion is the latest in developments on the use amalgam, the ongoing effects of the Small Smiles ruling, or concise, fresh thinking on how to run your practice better today and tomorrow, we want to hear your thoughts. Express your opinion in our Forums or consider submitting a Second Opinion column.

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